tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC June 24, 2011 3:05am-4:00am EDT
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." that's a crowd right there. that's a great crowd. all right, a new york city crowd -- welcome, you guys. well, huge news -- it looks like congress just lost its weiner. [ laughter ] that's right. after two weeks of scandal, anthony weiner announced today that he is resigning from congress. that's right, one second he's in, the next he's out, typical weiner -- [ laughter ] typical weiner. [ laughter ] anthony weiner announced that he was stepping down at a press conference this afternoon. it wasn't good. in fact, the worst part was when he started to call on reporters without using his hands. that was -- he was like, "yes, what were you saying? [ laughter ] 'washington post,' back there, yes?" hey, congratulations to the boston bruins who won the stanley cup last night! [ cheers and applause ]
it was crazy, though -- it was crazy. after the bruins beat the canucks, angry vancouver fans reacted by looting stores and setting fires. meanwhile, happy boston fans reacted by looting stores and setting fires. [ laughter ] of course, riots are a lot friendlier in canada. instead of overturning cars, they just leave a note in the windshield that says, "i'm super ticked off, eh?" [ laughter ] i just read ipad accessories are some of the most popular gifts for father's day this year. yeah, i got my dad a leather case, a screen protector, a new charger -- man, if he ever gets an ipad, he is set. [ laughter ] it is going to be -- it's going
to have everything. this is big. osama bin laden's former deputy, ayman al zawahiri has officially taken over as leader of al qaeda. i know that because today he updated his profile on linkedin. [ laughter ] and so, that's what i saw. linkedin. >> steve: oh, who is this from? >> jimmy: i just heard this. new york city is cutting $10 million from its school cleaning budget. yeah, that's not good. in fact, some janitors have been forced to cut back like 30 keys. [ laughter ] sad. sad. and finally, a recent study found that today's fathers spend twice as much time with their kids as fathers in 1960. meanwhile, the study found that arnold schwarzenegger spends time with twice as many kids as he did three weeks ago. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] we have a big show tonight. he's back.
keith olbermann is here to talk about his new show. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man. also, the new star of the "transformers" movie franchise, rosie huntington-whiteley is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] beautiful. and video game week continues with a sneak peek at "battlefield 3." [ cheers and applause ] plus, great music from a great rock band, battles is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] they're really good. a big show. so, as you know, anthony weiner announced today that he's resigning. it just happened this afternoon and it's been an emotional day. anyway, i wrote a song about it and i'd like to play it for you now if you don't mind. is that okay? [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> steve: is that your new one? >> jimmy: yeah, i need that,
yeah. you've never seen me live in concert? >> steve: oh, no, i love it. >> jimmy: i wear this. and i have wires that lift me up in the air. [ laughter ] >> steve: fantastic. and your backup dancers are excellent. >> jimmy: thank you. that's my family. >> steve: oh, my god, are you serious? >> jimmy: it's a sad song. ♪ i heard the news, weiner [ laughter ] ♪ you resigned, weiner [ laughter ] ♪ the situation got hairy, weiner ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ now it's time to say good-bye, weiner ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ so long, weiner it's so hard, weiner don't lose your head, weiner
this really sucks, weiner ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really blows, weiner ♪ ♪ this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really blows, weiner ♪ ♪ this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really blows, weiner ♪ ♪ this really >> sucks. [ laughter ] ♪ weiner this really ♪ >> sucks. ♪ weiner this really ♪ >> sucks. ♪ weiner this really ♪ >> sucks. ♪ this really >> sucks. [ laughter ] ♪ weiner
this really ♪ >> sucks. ♪ weiner this really ♪ >> sucks. ♪ weiner this really ♪ >> sucks. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we were actually looking for blows. [ laughter ] sorry. ♪ blows, weiner >> jimmy: two, three. m this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really blows, weiner ♪ ♪ this really sucks, weiner this really sucks this really sucks this really blows, weiner ♪ ♪ this really sucks this really sucks this really sucks this really blows ♪ ♪ this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really sucks, weiner this really blows, weiner ♪
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here, take a look at this chart. [ laughter ] it's not even on there. not even on there, because it's off the charts. it's just crazy. we got a hold of some of these new velvet elvises or velvet elvii as i sometimes refer to them. and you can see why they're such big sellers. they really do a good job of keeping these things current with the times. like this one here -- beautiful. here's elvis crying, because he gave away all his money and possessions in anticipation of the rapture that never happened. [ laughter and applause ] very emotional piece.
it was big news in his last months. so you can see how up to date these things are. this one's fantastic -- beautiful. this is elvis in a shark cage, giving a great white shark the middle finger. [ laughter ] great use of light and texture in this one. i really feel like he's right there giving a great white shark the middle finger. it's just stunning -- stunning piece of artwork here. oh, this is a great one here. this -- here's one for all you conspiracy theorists, buffs out there. this is a great one. this is elvis at area 51 with the olson twins -- [ laughter ] -- showing them what he thinks could be ufo wreckage. but they don't look too convinced. [ laughter ] then again, and they probably believe everything the government tells them, but luckily, elvis doesn't. [ laughter ] these are priceless painting. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, they're worth nothing. [ laughter ] >> steve: so, without a price. >> jimmy: without a price. and i want to stress that these are all things that very easily could have happened if elvis were alive today. i'm not saying he's not. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: for instance, you could have gone shopping one day and seen this -- it's elvis pulling down the pants of an old navy mannequin --
[ laughter ] -- to make gary busey and greta van susteran laugh. [ laughter and applause ] elvis was famous for pulling pranks in department stores. this is great stuff. it deserves applause. it really does. [ applause ] >> steve: so gary busey and greta van susteran are hanging out. >> jimmy: correct -- yep. >> steve: they're at old navy. >> jimmy: yeah -- and pulls the mannequin's pants down. he pantses the manequin. this is one of my favorites here. i had this hanging in my living room. [ laughter ] it's elvis playing spin the bottle with michele bachmann, the new bachelorette and a full-grown sea monkey. [ laughter and applause ] looks like the bottle landed on the sea monkey, too. and this -- this one has a pull string, which is pretty cool. so, it's like got a thing to it. look there. >> elvis: yo, man, i ain't making out with no sea monkey, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: isn't that cool? [ applause ] what was that? it's got a pull string? [ laughter ] >> elvis: yo, man, you got to get your painting fixed, man, that thing's broken. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: current. a recurrent. [ applause ] take a look at another one here. oh yeah, this is a great one here. this is elvis in a "beat it"-style knife fight with the burger king --
[ laughter ] -- because the king said elvis's "jersey shore" replica duck phone wasn't cool. [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: a great painting. this one has a pull string, too. >> steve: oh, does it really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> elvis: yo, check that bird, burger king. this duck phone is pretty cool, man. that doesn't even need a pull string, does it? >> steve: well, no, it's fantastic. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's just the painting's good on its own. >> steve: that one is like oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: oh, this one -- is another painting that's very current with the times, very now. it's elvis on a deserted island with spuds mckenzie showing him a nip-slip photo of danica patrick he found on the internet. [ laughter ] i love the use of negative space
in this, and also good to see that the island has wifi. [ laughter ] look at spuds mckenzie. he's the cool -- he's the original party animal. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: wearing his hawiian shirt and stuff. what's he up to now, man? >> steve: i think now he's working at a come and go outside of springfield, missouri. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come and go. >> steve: or a pop shop, one of the two. i forget which one it is. >> jimmy: this next one -- it's an artistic representation of the lazy days of summer. it's elvis doing a cannonball over a pool while captain jack sparrow and c3po have oprah and monica seles on their shoulders engaged in a chicken fight. [ laughter ] looks like a really fun pool party. [ laughter and applause ] i didn't know c3p0 could swim. >> steve: that's like a dutch masters painting. >> jimmy: it really is -- it's gorgeous. here's the last one right here, you guys. sorry, we're down to our last one. [ audience aws ] >> steve: oh, no. i hope it has a pull string. >> jimmy: i don't know. it's -- this is just elvis in an empty room with a little tv -- looks like he's watching a show about birds on mute. [ laughter ] this is kind of boring. >> did somebody say boring?
>> jimmy: boring elvis, is that you? >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. i can't believe this is happening. [ drum roll ] ladies and gentlemen, here to sing his new hit song, "i'm going to watch this show about birds with the sound turned off," it's boring elvis! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i'm going to watch this show about birds with the sound turned off ♪ ♪ i'm going to watch this show about birds with the sound turned off ♪ ♪ going to turn on the tube turn off the sound and i'm going to watch them birds fly around ♪ ♪ i'm going to watch this show about birds with the sound turned off ♪ ♪ ♪ said i'm going to watch this show about birds with the sound turned off ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: boring elvis,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. on monday, our first guest will return to daily television as host of "countdown with keith olbermann" on current tv at 8:00 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome keith olbermann! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: keith olbermann, wow. >> hey. >> jimmy: welcome back to our
show. thank you for making it here tonight. is this your first time back in the building since -- >> well, the first time they know about. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you come back and get some stuff before you left? >> yeah, some appliances. >> jimmy: wearing a disguise. >> it's nice to see the building still standing, though. i'm glad to hear about it. >> jimmy: yes, of course it is. yes, it's gorgeous. but is it -- we have deluxe security guards out there. i mean, this is like when you leave a job, like you have to have a therapist with you at all time and -- >> well, i had to -- my executive producer, who also used to work here with us, is in the back. he's got his arms bound behind his back and there's a guy sitting next to him threatening him bodily harm. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, good. >> if something goes wrong. >> jimmy: okay, good. nothing will go wrong. >> well, i'll see to that. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we'll see what's going on, yeah. have you talked to anyone from the old channel? did you talk to rachel maddow? >> as rachel put it the other
day on another program, we've both been kind of busy. so we haven't spoken, but that doesn't mean we're not speaking. it's just, you know, as you just alluded to when i left, perhaps there was a little friction. a little -- you know. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and i didn't want to add to anybody's tension here by saying, "hey, how are things going over there?!" >> jimmy: exactly. yeah. >> there'll be time for that later on. and you know, some day i'd really like rachel to come work with me at current when, legally, she is available to do so, of course. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yes, of course. why not? >> jimmy: yeah. well, she's great. but why -- really? >> absolutely. why not? >> jimmy: oh, man, i don't know. well, msnbc would be very mad. they'll be very upset. >> tough. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, that's the way to do it. all right. did you miss being on tv and having a --? >> i'm on tv right now, jimmy. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i know. yes, yes, yes. do you like this? >> yes, absolutely. this is a lot of fun.
>> but i mean, do you miss -- i mean, there's so much stories going around with schwarzenegger and weiner. >> well, yes. >> jimmy: anthony weiner has been on your program many times. >> many times. always wearing pants. always, always. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. that you know of! what happens under the desk? >> no, because he was sitting right next to me. >> jimmy: okay. all right. very good. >> as he sat down, there would not have been time for him, i don't think, to remove anything. but frankly, you know, there will always be another story like that. >> jimmy: you think so? [ laughter ] yeah. of course, right? there has to be. >> david vitter, he's still in the senate. >> jimmy: why is that way? because he -- >> because he's a republican and republicans would never turn on one of their own. very simple. they will stand up in this situation and the democrats go, "oh, no. we might have a controversy and we can't possibly back this guy. the republicans will hang it around our necks." they're going to hang it around their necks anyway. >> jimmy: really? >> stand up. the guy -- what he should have done, what they should have supported him in doing -- was he should have resigned and said, "i will let the people decide. you're going to have special election anyway to replace me. i'll stand for this special election." then that way, the people will decide whether or not this actually makes a difference then, since apparently the people in his district didn't think this was that big a deal. like only 33 or 34% wanted him to resign. so, why should he resign? well, here's the opportunity to say, "i'm leaving. if you want me to stay out, i'm happy to do it. and if you want me back, vote me
back in." >> jimmy: do you think that should happen with weiner? >> yes! it would be a wonderful gesture, because at that point suddenly you are saying, "i'm leaving it up to the voters." that's what this is all about. that's what a democracy is all about. i screwed up. i'm giving you a chance to get rid of me or keep me." [ applause ] but, you know. >> jimmy: it's a good thing. because you know it's always, like, shady. these guys -- i don't know what gets into their head when they just think they're just -- maybe -- >> not in the head. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. >> it's what gets into -- you know. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. either way you going to get in trouble. but i thought -- do you think was having photographs or proof or video? you know what i mean? >> yes. understand, it was a perfect storm. again, as i said, democrats don't support their own in these situations. republicans love to be on the right side of a scandal like this, because it doesn't happen that often and then you get the media, and particularly the political media, most of whom are morons. so you give them something they can actually understand -- a penis. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> hey, you know what. of all these stories out here --
we got climate change. we've got the economy is in a mess. we got this -- we got a penis story. >> jimmy: ding, ding, ding! >> live late breakings. >> jimmy: look at this picture. >> that's right. here is a picture of a penis. >> jimmy: last name is weiner. >> well, yes. even members of the media figured that one out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was like comedy gold. >> seriously. well, you know. >> jimmy: but i mean, how long do you think -- >> and you know what's next? right? >> jimmy: no. >> something with john boehner. >> jimmy: yeah. >> john boehner? >> jimmy: yeah. >> b-o-e-h-n-e-r. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. you got to spell it correctly. >> you know what his nickname is? his nickname is boner. >> jimmy: boner. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> he answers to that. >> jimmy: does he really? [ light laughter ] >> uh-huh. all sorts of rumors about him, too. >> jimmy: no. >> you're welcome. >> jimmy: no!? >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> for a long time. for a long time. >> jimmy: really? >> oh, yeah. just the ordinary stuff but they may not be art, as they say. >> jimmy: yeah, you need to have -- oh, really? >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: that's interesting. >> oh, yeah. widespread for a long time. >> how long do you think until anthony weiner gets his own show on cnn? [ light laughter ]
>> well, you know, i've got a 9:00 show that i'm probably going to hire somebody for on current. >> jimmy: on current tv, yeah. would you -- would you hire -- would you hire anthony weiner? >> eliot spitzer is doing okay on cnn at 8:00. >> jimmy: this is very interesting right now. now, keith olbermann, you are doing a thing that's very interesting. you are on current tv now. >> yes. >> jimmy: first of all, where is that on the network? on the channels? [ laughter ] is it -- are we in the 800s? where are we? how do i find current tv? >> well, all right. >> jimmy: it's not on the web, right? it's on television. >> it's really difficult. you go to the website and you plug in your zip code and we'll tell you what channel it is. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yes. >> jimmy: am i to go to current tv -- >> current.com/countdown, and there it is. but, generally speaking, like in new york, we're 103. i think direct tv is 358. i have a list somewhere, if you have an hour and a half, i can read off all of them. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it does help. but i mean -- this is almost like when howard stern left radio and went to satellite. this is more freeing for you? >> yeah, i think so. not that it -- not that anybody here ever said, "you can't say that or we'll kill you." >> jimmy: right. >> but, you know, when you begin
to think that maybe some ramification is going to occur based on what you say on the air every night, you do some self-editing. you worry about it. you worry what's going to happen next. and you wind up sort of censuring yourself. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i didn't want to be in that position, so this opportunity arose. and here i am and i'm now management. >> jimmy: i mean, yeah, you're management now. and you work for al gore. >> i do. >> jimmy: did you ever think that would happen? >> actually, when they started that network, i thought that would be a great place to work. and then they decided to go with kind of like a youtube format. and then youtube happened. so there wasn't anything to go in that direction. they went off instead to finally get to the place where it makes sense for me to be working with them. and it's great. >> jimmy: and how familiar will people be with the set or the format? is it much different? >> it's a little different. it's as close to the same as legally permissible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, good. yeah. can you still use your name keith olbermann? >> yes. [ laughter ] it's called -- hence the name "countdown with keith olbermann."
>> jimmy: oh, right. perfect. yeah. >> that's why it worked out very well. >> jimmy: well, can you give us a little straight-to-camera, little keith -- >> a little special kind of comment thing? >> jimmy: a little special comment letting people know why they should watch you on current. >> okay. thank you, jimmy. finally, tonight as promised a special comment about why you should watch "countdown" on current tv starting on monday, june 20th. there are many and manifold reasons for this, but the essence of it boils down to this, almost all of the other news broadcasts in this country suck. [ laughter ] good night and good luck. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: keith olbermann, everybody! check out "countdown" monday at 8:00 p.m. on current tv. rosie huntington-whiteley joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ host: could switching to geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance? host: would foghorn leghorn make a really bad book narrator? foghorn (stammering): it was the best of times, it was the wor - i say worst of times. and by worst i'm talkin' as bad, i say, as bad as my aunt ginny's corn puddin'. that stuff'll sink you like a stone. engineer: ok that was a little... foghorn: you gettin' all this in there son?
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>> optimus! ♪ where is she?! ♪ >> jimmy: please welcome to the show rosie huntington-whiteley, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is the best. >> love you guys. >> jimmy: thank you so much for coming on the show. >> thank you for having me. you're very beautiful. and very beautiful name, too, huntington-whiteley. >> it's a long one. it's a bit of a mouthful,
actually. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a very long name. what would happen if you married someone who had a hyphenated name already? like joseph gordon-levitt? [ light laughter ] >> well, it would be a big problem for an immigration form, wouldn't it? >> yes. yeah, yeah. did you date guys with short last names? >> i would like to marry somebody with a really short, boring last name. >> jimmy: yeah. maybe jet li or something. >> yeah. >> jimmy: is he single? yeah, that would be good? [ light laughter ] >> yeah, totally. >> jimmy: rosie li. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this movie looks insane. >> i know. it looks good, right? >> jimmy: explosions. why are these robots so angry? [ light laughter ] >> because there's no lady robots and they need to get laid. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't know that. i didn't know that's what it is. [ applause ] >> they rustle their hair. >> jimmy: bald robots aren't having sex. yes, of course. [ light laughter ] now, michael bay is known for his whole just giant explosions and testosterone.
did you -- did you feel more action-packed now? because you started -- you're a supermodel? >> yeah. well, i was a model so i was used to spending, you know, my days at work walking in and you work at a civilized time and you go into the makeup chair. you're made to look pretty. and then you put some wings on and you go on set -- >> jimmy: put some wings on, yeah. >> and it's all about being pretty and light and fun. and then i landed headfirst onto michael bay's set which is just complete and utter -- it's called "bayhem." >> jimmy: excuse me? >> bayhem. >> jimmy: bayhem? >> that's what we call michael bay's set. >> jimmy: does he call it that? i feel like he would make that up himself. yeah. [ laughter ] >> i'm not sure where it came from. but -- >> jimmy: bayhem.
>> it's bayhem or bayass. and it's craziness. i mean, the sets are just mad. i mean, i think i spent seven months with real navy s.e.a.l.s and real, you know, american army men and then all the cast which are all male. >> jimmy: any women? >> no women. i mean, there was a few women on set, but i could count them on my hand. >> jimmy: they quit. yeah. they left. [ light laughter ] they split. yeah yeah. >> they got smart. >> jimmy: so how was shia? was he nice? did he help you out? >> shia's great. of course. >> jimmy: and this is your first acting. were you nervous? >> my first movie ever, yes. yes, i was nervous! and shia -- you know, shia was great. he was the one person that was really honest with me and told me at the beginning, you know, "this isn't going to be a walk in the park." you're going to be working 17 hour days for 7 months. it's going to be crazy. it's going to change your life. really, do you want to do this?" >> jimmy: "thanks a lot, shia." [ laughter ] >> yeah, it's like, "thanks." >> jimmy: yeah yeah. "appreciate it. i was happy about it. now i'm bummed." >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you shouldn't be nervous. you're in mag -- you're in "maxim" magazine every -- whoa, walala. >> woo! [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: what happened here? did you forget your shirt this day? [ laughter ] you just showed up, all you have
is your jacket? you go, "well, i got to get my --" oh, my gosh, number one "maxim" babe there. oh, my gosh. and then look at this. you're on the cover. >> oh, you're embarrassing me. >> jimmy: oh, it's not embarrassing. look at that, wow. [ scattered cheers ] >> jimmy: holy moly, moly, moly. wow. [ scattered applause ] yeah, i've been on the cover of "maxim" four times. >> you have? >> jimmy: yeah, and it changes your life. [ laughter ] it's a lot of work. a lot of work. i don't know if you're ready for it. [ light laughter ] but that's amazing. i mean, you know, you have an accent. so are from the u.k.? >> i'm english. yes, i grew up in devon, which is the southwest of england on a farm. >> jimmy: done good now. >> yeah, they're good. they're still down there. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. fighting robots. yeah. blowing things up. are you good with like -- i've been to a couple fashion shows. >> yeah. >> jimmy: everyone knows that. [ laughter ] very fashionable guy and i always find like the catwalk -- >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: i find it's trickier than it seems. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's not just walking. >> there's a little skill to it. there's a little skill to it. i was taught how to do the runway walk when i was 16, when i lived in london in my first model apartment. a model apartment is where like other models all live in an apartment. and it's not as glamorous or sexy as it sounds. and i lived with two gay jamaican men. >> jimmy: like you. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> and we would spend our evenings learning -- well, they taught me how to do the runway up and down the corridor of the apartment building. >> jimmy: is it -- could you teach me how to do it? is there a trick to it? can i -- >> i could teach you.
yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you have this to work with. i'm sorry. i apologize. >> you're tall and you're thin, so i think we can work -- we can do something. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> mm-hmm. mm-hmm. >> jimmy: oh, let's give it a shot. >> okay, let's do something. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what would i have to do? what would i -- from what point? that way. >> where? from here? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. >> jimmy: but here's where i would normally do it. quest, you going to give me a beat? ♪ >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i would normally do it like this. >> it's all about the beat. so, shoulders back. >> jimmy: shoulders back. >> shoulders back. hips forward. hand on the hips. let's do a hand. okay? and -- [ laughter ] >> and then back. >> jimmy: and back? >> but it's all about the pose at the end. >> jimmy: the pose at the end. >> three-second pose, so -- >> jimmy: like show me what one would be like and i'll try to imitate that. >> you could maybe do, like, a little, you know, work it with the arms. pose. >> jimmy: okay. all right. let me try. >> i'm going to sit in the audience. >> jimmy: all right. ready? ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. it is video game week here at late night. and i'm here with johan dohl and kevin o'leary from ea games. [ cheers and applause ] take a look at "battlefield 3." welcome, you guys. "battlefield 3," this is -- everyone is talking about this. this is going to be a big giant, giant game. it's a big shooter game, like a war shooter, right? >> yeah.
>> jimmy: you want to tell what is different about this game? what's new for "battlefield 3?" >> so, we're really excited. tonight, we're going to do a world exclusive for you. this the first time ever we are going to show "battlefield 3" on console. >> jimmy: okay, first time on any playstation 3. first time on any console. this is going to be x-box when it's released? >> yep. >> jimmy: is your accent real? [ laughter ] >> i think my accent is quite real. >> jimmy: okay, good. wanted to make sure you weren't pulling something over my head, like -- "i will start talking like this." johan. this is the first time on console debuting.
>> absolutely. and "battlefield" is about all-out warfare, you know. so if you look at the games, tons of vehicles, we have the tanks, you know. we have helicopters. we have the jets. >> jimmy: destruction. >> destruction. >> jimmy: let's take a look at it. let's take a little look at it. and then we can talk about it. >> sure. >> jimmy: we're in the streets right now? yes. 54th street? [ light laughter ] >> so, so we're -- we are looking for lost squad mates here. so we are going to go try and find these guys. >> jimmy: the thing about this game is that you can blow up, shoot through walls and the fact that -- you almost like -- real war. like, oh, you just got shot. oh, there you go. oh, that's his blood. oh, my god. we need to get him out of here.
>> we clearly need to get him out of here. okay, he's been shot. >> so, what you see here is called a physical warfare. you can interact with your buddies and help them out like this. >> jimmy: this is like scary, this is very realistic. >> now, we have time for gunplay. >> jimmy: can you just hide? >> yeah, you can hide behind cover. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what i would do. >> that's really not the name of the game. >> this isn't "hidefield 3." >> jimmy: i should invent the game called "hide." [ laughter ] and you just put your guy behind something so you don't get shot, you just hide for a while. but the thing about your game, is you can -- look, you just threw a gren-ad. >> a gren-ad? >> jimmy: yes, a gren-ad. yes. but i mean you can blow up walls and cement. and you shoot your -- i mean actually see what bullets will do. >> it changes the way you play the game, because you can't really hide between cover sometimes and stuff like that, because it gets blown away. right? your game idea won't work unfortunately in this game. >> jimmy: so yeah, say you're hiding behind a wall and it blows up and you can't hide behind there anymore. >> no. >> jimmy: i have to reload! got to reload! [ laughter ] he's dead now, right? >> i think you got him. >> jimmy: i just took out the one right there. you guys this is a super fun game. i would play this all day long. this is rad. you guys -- thank you much. [ cheers and applause ]
"battlefield 3" will be in stores everywhere october 25th. battles performs next. come on back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ host: could switching to geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance? host: do people use smartphones to do dumb things? man 1: send, that is the weekend. app grapgic: yeah dawg! man 2: allow me to crack...the bubbly! man 1: don't mind if i doozy. man 3: is a gentleman with a brostache invited over to this party?
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well done. nice job. i appreciate it. thank you. battles, everybody. check out their album "gloss drop" and see them live on tour this summer. [ cheers and applause ] my thanks to keith olbermann, rosie huntington-whiteley, johan dohl and kevin o'leary, battles! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night, the roots, right there everybody. [ cheers and applause ] stay-tuned for "carson daly." thanks for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪